Tuesday, May 24, 2011

NOW WHAT?



WHAT NOW?
36" x 12" (91.5cm x 30.5cm)
oil on canvas
$350 plus $25.95 shipping and handling in the US
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Apparently he took that inch and look where it got him! Now what?

22 comments:

  1. ...measuring the marigolds if he can find any:-)

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  2. Hi there Suzanne!... Tried for an entire day to post regarding your double portrait!

    Beautiful!''Very natural... rakish foreshortening again... you Devil Woman! Great colour and brushwork as usual!

    I'm very sure that the client will be more than happy with the portrait... you delivered Excellence ... in spades!!!

    Good Painting!
    Warmest regards,
    Bruce

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  3. I love it and it also creeps me out as I'm not a bug person at all. :) The green is amazing and a great composition.

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  4. Wonderful- love the shadow underneath!

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  5. Now he'll live on some lucky person's wall : ) Awesome!!!! Love your work Suzanne!

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  6. Now what? Why, measuring the marigolds of course! A lovely little painting of a not so lovely insect...But he sure is wearing my favorite color!

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  7. Wonderful painting! I love that green!!!

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  8. Poor guy, he's a bit boxed in... the sacrifices made for a fun composition! I love it!

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  9. Origial,original...very original, as always!

    Greetings from Bilbao.

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  10. I love your bugs!! We have Cicadas in Tennessee right now- not very attractive bugs. Someone suggested I paint one- not sure I am up to looking at one very long, they have red beady eyes. Love the green!

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  11. Ok so that is just plain awesome. :) I LOVE that! Perfection as usual Suzanne!! :):)

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  12. your title made me smile suzanne ....they must look great together ! suzanne

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  13. Hi Suzanne,

    Your talent and creativity is a bottomless well. Have your bloggers ears been ringing. Bruce Sherman had some wonderful things to say about your work. Thank you for sharing.

    Have a great weekend,
    Joan

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  14. You always find such fresh and interesting ways to see even the small details of life. I love this!

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  15. Such a delightful little fellow. May he find a heaven of greenery and maybe emerge as an emerald butterfly?
    You could make our Tennessee cicadas gorgeous or at the least very sympathetic.

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  16. Then he comes back wearing shoes, lol! Brilliant :0D

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  17. It never ceases to amaze me, how you make any humble bug into a work of art!

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  18. That green is captivating! Gorgeous!!

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